READ Einstein Never Used Flashcards How Our Children Really Learn and Why They Need to Play More and Memorize Less Author Kathy Hirsh–Pasek

Einstein Never Used Flashcards How Our Children Really Learn and Why They Need to Play More and Memorize Less

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This really lightened my anxiety and helped me make better use of my resources and time in my parenting approach I think every parent or soon to be parent or grandparent should read this book and take it to heart Our kids would be much happier little people if we applied the principles in ou I wanted to read this book because there is SO MUCH pressure put on new parents to do teach have succeed faster and earlier than ever before I knew all along that play was how children learned and dealt with world but it was nice to be reminded of that with such a well written book The authors go into good detail about various studies with how children learn the certain stages that they should be learning things and the importance on just letting kids learn They do mention in the end that they are not saying to ignore our kids or don t teach them anything but rather that we should be simply engaging with them allowing them to discover things naturally and also guided by us Kids don t need flash cards to learn math they need experiences where they get to actually work with numbers with sorting with counting We don t need to drill them on their ABC s we need to sit and read with them daily A great book for any parent or educator for easing anxiety on how children learn When we understand what really does matter to children s development and how myths mislead us we can feel relaxed as parents and educators and can easily ensure that our children are intellectually stimulated and socially competent p 268The pervasive myth in our achievement oriented society that child s play is a waste of time is linked to the hype that parents must boost their children s intelligence So we overschedule our children and give up on the values that we know deep down are important Intelligence gets a big boost from play Protecting Plain Jane / Navy SEAL Security (Includes: The Precinct: SWAT yet the idea that enhancing a child s intelligence must be work has become the new gospel p 215Ifou feel pressured to make sure Differential Equations and Linear Algebra your preschooler is being sufficiently educated then read the whole book Ifou already feel that preschoolers will get most of the education they need from lots of time for free play then Safe in the Firemans Arms you can just read the last chapter ifou re short on time and don t want to read the whole thing These ladies go with the argument that the media looks for good sound bites from research developments and then much of what is sound scientific data is distorted by the media and those wanting to make money off parents desires to have their kids be the best and brightest
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can be The result is that kids don t develop the creativity and drive that is needed to be truly successful They get trained to only look for one right answerThe authors do a nice job of presenting popular ideas discussing the specific reasearch that prompted those ideas pointing out what the actual findings were and where the distortion comes from and explaining how kids learn specific skills language literacy math social etc just by regular interaction One other interesting thing about the book is that it has Discovering Hidden Skills sections throughout that tell Christmas on the Childrens Ward you how to do little experiments withour kids at different ages to see where they are in their natural development Anyone with kids has probably noticed these developments without really realizing how advanced their kids are becoming This book was recommended by the newsletter from the preschool that my 3 ear old son attends I didn t stop reading it because it sucked really it was like preaching reading it because it sucked really it was like preaching the choir My kids play a lot In the 25 hours my older son is in preschool 2 days a week they only have two structured circle times one for shapeletternamenumber recognition and the other for story time The rest of the time they play in centers play outside eat snack and color or play with Play Doh We never got into baby f Every parent and teacher of children ages 6 and under should absolutely read this The authors give information on brain science child psychological development. Now Available in PaperbackIn Einstein Never Used Flashcards highly credentialed child psychologists Kathy Hirsh Pasek PhD and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff PhD with Diane Eyer PhD offer a compelling indictment of the growing trend toward accelerated learning It's a message that stressed out parents are craving to hear Le. And how those things explain learning styles and behavior Excellent research done for this book I thought this book was going to be preaching to the choir but I instead got a lot out of it I learned tons about child development in terms of math emotions socialization and pretend play Many behaviors i see in my kids right now I see in my kids right now explained I enjoyed that research was heavily used but the writing style remained very readable The only part I disliked was the last chapter which seemed repetitive I d call this a must read for all parents of oung children I walked away with some mixed feelings about my parenting I felt good that I don t over structure the kids time or press on them too many overtly educational toys But I also felt like I could be engaging in their play far than I do And it brought up new concerns for me about the structure of the local public preschool A good reviewsummary of early childhood educationReflect Resist RecenterREFLECT why are Paris By Heart you enrolling child in certain activity does child actually like itRESISTou don t have to sign up for every if any class invented for children gymboree music class art class etc PLAY learningRECENTER engage in teachable moments play with Daddy by Accident your child BE WITHou child recognize that children take the lead in their own lea This book was a good refresher for me I read John Holt s How Children Learn uite awhile ago and it certainly is detailed and engaging than this book This book was of a skimming over of some important areas of children s learning I ve been particularly struggling with teaching my 5 Here Comes The Bridesmaid yr old reading and math and had actually almost purchased a few sets of flash cards just days before I came across this book So of course I had to read itI m glad now that I didn t buy those flash cards Allowing my kids to play and learn in context is way effective and enjoyable and I don t want to pressure my kids into memorizing disconnected facts before they re ready to understand the processes I m also going to stop pushing phonics on my 5r old and making her read when she isn t interested This book helped me to refocus my efforts and lay off I want most of all for my kids to love to learn and pressuring them past their abilities will only turn them off to learning and think it is a chore instead of a pleasureBelow I ve listed a number of uotes that were particularly helpful to me and that I want to rememberMemorable uotespg 9 Many districts are considering making reading skills a reuirement to get into kindergarten even though most child experts agree that time in preschool and kindergarten is better spent on experiential play and building relationshipspg 10 Simply taking the time to enjoy their children to play with them and discuss what s going on in their world is the best thing parents can do for their children s minds and emotional development to guarantee future successTEACHING MATH pg 57 the very best way to learn about numbers is to manipulate objects line them up compare sets and so on pg 58 Playing the game of War is math at its best We need not be concerned about being educational with our children all we need "to do is follow their lead and play games they love "do is follow their lead and play games they love foster mathematical curiosity pg 59 With experience and play mathematical skills blossom Our job is simply to recognize the teachable moments in every dayteaching reading the teachable moments in every dayTEACHING READING 99 The most important thing The Baby Inheritance you can do forour child is to make reading fun not work The true building blocks for learning are vocabulary storytelling phonological awareness and deciphering the written code pg 122 We need to be our children s reading partners and mentors We need to recognize that experiences like being read to drawing scribbling and engaging in lots of dialogue are what our children reuire to be able to read Your job is to make reading fun and engaging pg 122 125 1 Make reading a part of Christmas With A Stranger your life andour child s 2 Create an environment that is rich with literacy materials 3 Start a conversation 4 Try out some. Tting tots learn through play is not only okay it's better than drilling academicsDrawing on overwhelming scientific evidence from their own studies and the collective research results of child development experts and addressing the key areas of development math reading verbal communication science self awareness and.

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Word games 5 Engage in Dialogic Reading A Reading Aloud reading a reading aloud children is the single most important activity for ensuring success in learning to read Asking the child to consider alternative outcomes relate what s on the page to his own experiences and talk about the sounds and the letters encountered is much effective than just plain reading aloud 6 Make reading funINTELLIGENCE pg 138 Learning in context is the key to intelligent learning pg 150 how can we create children who love to learn we need to be encouraging not critical We need to praise the STRATEGIES THEY USE TO SOLVE A they use to solve a rather than their intelligence This implicitly says to children that with the right approach they can do most anythingSENSE OF SELF pg 176 Praising children for effort keeps them at the task praising children for intelligence makes them give up pg 177 The way to make children learn to persevere is to rave about their strategies their perseverance their concentration and their follow through Praising intelligence to create academic self esteem turns out to be one of the biggest myths aroundPLAY pg 240 Let us open up our homes to play and let us schedule activities around play rather than sueeze play around our activities pg 242 ting Jane Brody Toys are best seen as tools of play Toys should be used as an adjunct to interactions between parent and caretaker not as a substitute for an adult s participation in the child s play pg 242 Part of joining in reuires that His Brothers Baby you giveourself permission to be a kid again and to see the world from that point of view pg 242 Parents who are good at being play partners don t tell children what to do or constantly ask uestions or hint to children about the way to play the game I nearly completely agreed with this book I often find myself wondering if I m doing enough to teach my kids With all the products His Unusual Governess you can buyou feel like if Worlds Most Eligible Texan your child is not reading by 2 they are already behind andou are a bad parent for not buying and teaching it to Dangerous Attraction your child This book directly takes on such falsities and gives examples of study after study of why the power of play is important than anythingIt also explains through research and study as if common sense weren t enough of raisingour own child and just being with them Leaving daycares and the likes to parent and teach our children is bringing forth a generation of children believing they are always behind and constantly striving for the interaction they have lackedI highly recommend this to every mom wondering if she s a bad mom because she doesn t have scheduled scissor time every Wednesday or something Einstein Never Used Flash Cards attempts to debunk the modern myth in education and child rearing that knowledge and faster is better Despite scientifically proven milestones of development we as a society have in essence been rushing children past childhood and into our own hectic hurried frenetic and feverish image The urge to produce verifiable results in schools has thrown true learning and the enjoyment thereof out the window Instead teachers are now forced to teach to the test forcing rote fact learning that leads to stressed out bored anxious and even depressed studentsChildren cannot help but to learn that is what they do best and need only the proper stimulation and facilitation not force fed flash card of the presidents of the United States or every spare moment filled with organized enrichment activities They learn concepts best within their own surroundings with play both free and guided serving as the best teacher Einstein s uote says it well Play seems to be the essential feature in productive scientific thought before there is any connection with logical construction in words or other kinds of signs that can be communicated to others This book has the potential to liberate those who parent out of defensiveness and fear and to replace these with the enjoyable collaboration of raising emotionally and intellectually intelligent contributors to societ. Social skills the authors explain the process of learning from a child's point of view They then offer parents 40 age appropriate games for creative play These simple fun et powerful exercises work as well or better than expensive high tech gadgets to teach a child what his ever active playful mind is craving to lear. ,


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    READ Einstein Never Used Flashcards How Our Children Really Learn and Why They Need to Play More and Memorize Less Author Kathy Hirsh–Pasek A good reviewsummary of early childhood educationReflect Resist RecenterREFLECT why are you enrolling child in certain activity does child actually like it?RESIST you don't have to sign up for every if any class invented for children gymboree music class art class etc PLAY learningRECENTER engage in teachable moments play with your

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    READ Einstein Never Used Flashcards How Our Children Really Learn and Why They Need to Play More and Memorize Less Author Kathy Hirsh–Pasek This book was recommended by the newsletter from the preschool that my 3 year old son attends I didn't stop reading it because it sucked really it was like preaching to the choir My kids play a lot In the 25 hours my older son is in preschool 2 days a week they only have two structured circle times one for shapeletternamenumber recognition and the other for story time The rest of the time they play in centers play outside eat snack and col

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